Monday, April 30, 2012

Blog Outsourcing - April 30, 2012 edition

Welcome to The Morning After.

2 Days of the NBA postseason and already big things are going on. From the injury woes and choke jobs and comebacks. It's an amazing thing to watch over and check out. That and with local basketball in the apex of the finals already (and controversy to boot), it is good times being a basketball fan in these parts.

Meanwhile, out of the ashes of New Jersey, a new era in basketball rises in Brooklyn. Remains to be seen if they can cash it on the court, but the image is neat. You can thank H.O.V.A. for that.

Here forth are the links after the jump.
Phoenix rising. (c/o On The Forecheck)

The Blues being sung in St. Louis. (c/o Fighting For Stanley)

Danny Briere being clutch for Philly. (c/o Philadelphia Inquirer)

Fresh from winning the NCAA title, he pulls this one out. (c/o New York Daily News)

Who ya got for some Hart? And who got snubbed? (c/0 Sportsrageous and The Hockey Writers)

A goaltender in the Hart means he should win the Vezina, right? (c/o Rant Sports)

How a hockey outsider in Boston viewed the whole Joel Ward thing. (c/o Boston Globe's Hyphenated Life)

J-Smoove with yeomanship, but a bump stole headlines. (c/o Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Yahoo!'s Ball Don't Lie)

Searing Heat wore down the Knicks (c/o New York Post).

Can Landry Fields step in for Shump? Or are you waiting for him? (c/o Newark Star-Ledger)

Really disappointing, Indy. (c/o Indianapolis Star)

They won, but at what expense? (c/o Chicago Sun-Times and Chicago Tribune)

Spurs stamp class. (c/o Salt Lake Tribune)

Mavs got Kevin'd at crunch time, and they kind of bitchin'. (c/o Fort Worth Star-Telegram's Full Court Press and the Oklahoman)

Welcome to the block party, hosted by Drew. (c/o Los Angeles Times and Sports Illustrated)

The Comeback. (c/o Memphis Commercial-Appeal)

They will miss Caron, though. (c/o Hoopsworld)

What keeping Metta busy? (c/o Sacramento Bee)

The Yankee GM wanted to be a Bleacher Creature. (c/o Bombers Beat)

Jamie Moyer has given up homers to 327 guys already. (c/o New York Times)

Typical A's with Inge. (c/o Detroit Free Press)

The Rays keep chugging along and are just fine as of the moment. (c/o Tampa Bay Times)

Scorched earth in Dallas with Larry Brown? (c/o CBS Sports)

The 'Cuse and Trojans secure transfers. (c/o The Juice and Reign of Troy)

The musical chairs continue. (c/o Idaho Statesman)

It's the Manchester derby. (c/o Boston Herald and The Guardian)

To part, here is how the Clippers pulled off the comeback.

No comments:

Post a Comment